Thomas the Tank Engine Pulls into Snoqualmie Depot this July, Tickets on Sale NOW

He’s headed back again….Thomas the Tank Engine™ is celebrating friendship at Day Out With Thomas®: The thomas1Celebration Tour 2015, and families across North America are invited aboard, including the Snoqualmie Valley during the weekends of July 10th -12th & July 18th-19th.

Tickets tend to sell out quickly, so it’s recommended that parents consider getting them now.

These ‘Thomas the Train’ July weekends are notoriously busy in historic Snoqualmie, as little engineers everywhere head to town to join Thomas when the #1 Engine pulls into the Northwest Railway Museum.

The annual Snoqualmie Valley summer event offers kids and their families the opportunity to take a ride with Thomas the Tank Engine, on a 25 minute journey through the Valley that includes riding by Snoqualmie Falls.

Kids can also meet Sir Topham Hatt™, Controller of the Railway and enjoy a day of Thomas-themed activities including arts & crafts, storytelling and more. 

The annual tour, now in its 20th year, will make 42 stops across the U.S. and Canada and is expected to welcome nearly one million passengers in 2015.

Tickets for Day Out with Thomas: The Celebration Tour 2015 go on sale on March 2nd, and are available by calling Ticketweb toll-free 866-468-7630, or by visiting  or 

Ticket prices are $23 (Friday, July 10th) and $25 (Saturdays/Sundays, July 11th-12th & July 18th-19th) for ages 2 and up.

For more information and directions, contact the Northwest Railway Museum at: 425-888-3030 or

For information on Thomas & Friends, visit

Thomas pulling into town during the summer of 2014. Photo: NW Railway Museum Facebook.
Thomas spotted in North Bend during the summer of 2014. Photo: NW Railway Museum Facebook.
Thomas ready for the July 2014 tour event. Photo: NW Railway Museum Facebook
Thomas ready for the July 2014 tour event.

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  • Were the kids be able to get on Thomas or just watch him from outside? What is this all about?

    1. You can buy tickets for the kids and their families to ride inside for a 25 minute trip

  • It’s a 25 minute journey that take you and your kids on a 25 minute journey that even goes by Snoqualmie Falls.

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